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WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, APRIL 9, 1875.
Reverend Mr. Wright will peach in the Cwrt-room
every Sunday dt 11 A. K. until further notice, bunday
school Immediately after service.
AritiL C, 1875
Council met at 730 o'clock P. m., pursuant to
adlournment. Present bis honor the Major, and
councilmen Forter and Tompkins.
Minutes of tlie last meeting read and approved
The following report from tuc committee on
streets and alleys was read, adopted and ordered
Report on Streets asd Allets and the
."Bridging or Gkamte Cheek. Since the sub-
jeet of the opening of streets and alleys has
'been broucht to our notice, 1 have taken partlcu
Mr pains to nscertaln, first, the necessity for It, as
-rctrards the public needs or convenience second,
what cxpcnc, If any, would have to be incurred.
I. I find that no Immediate necessity exists for
opeclnp any more streets than are now tfpen for
tbe public, and used as streets and highways, and
no serious complaints arc reported of any Incon
vcnleum to the public.
1L I -find, that on the closest examination and
enquiry thatthcopeuingof Goodwin street across
Granite creek, will necessitate the payment of
more money to one party, Mr. V. A. Stephens,
than is now In the village treasury; and other cr
pcuscs that would thereby be lucurrcd, would ne
cessitate the levying of a tax on the property
holders of the twn.
Ills true, certain parties have prosposed that,
In 'View cf -the-QpecIng of Goodwlu street across
GranltccrceK.Ubcy would build a good bridge
acrof-s said creek, -which Is much desired by a
number of citizens, but considering the nuances
available and on baud, I would recommend that
the -same be dcfcrrcC, at least until next Fall.
To at once enforce the order previously passed by
you, would seriously Inconvenience a number of
cltlzeus, and to some it would be very Injurious ;
therefore, due allowauce to their heretofore en
joyed rights should be made, while no individual
privilege should be tolcratfcd to the public In
jury. C. A. Luke, Mayor,
und Ch'ni'Cotn. of the Whole.
The committc on water asked lor and were
gradted farther time In which to report.
At the request of James C. Otis, cr-village re
corder, a committee of two Mr. Tompkins and
the honorable Mayor was appointed to invest!,
gate the accounts duriug his occupancy of the
The following bills were ppceented aud allowed:
Davis, Mec-& Slmcs, repairing muslctaud, SG.00.
On 'motion of couucilman Tompkins council
adjourned subject to the call of the Mayor.
Mail Matteiis. A dispatch which we pub
lish elsewhere, directed to Postmaster J. S. Giles,
will ouligbteu the .reader as to what bxs been
done at VCscl?ugton with reference to the Ari
zona malls. The Increased service to Sauta Fc
comruccces May 1st, aud on the lCth of that
mouth the California aud Arizona Stage Co. will
change lolr route from San Bernardino to Pres
cott, front the present line via Elirettbcrg to that
which takes in the Mohave mining couutry and
crosses the Colorado at Hardyvillc We have no
Information hs to whether it embraces Greenwood
aud the Sandy or not, but hope it does. What Is
to become of the WJckenburg aud Ehreuberg
route has not yet transpired but it is believed by
those who have .good opportunities to know that
the bitckboards will contince to run from here
rU Wiakcaixirg te i'bceulc, and that coaches will
be ptfc on the Molmvo route.
The interests of Seuators -Stewart and Joucs in
the Sandy mines will be apt to insure the fullest
service between that plaee and Sun Francisco,
and ol course we must share In the benefits thus
arising, as i'rescott Is the natural terminus of the
line let it come from where it wilt.
The Cajou I'aes will no doubt be the route for
the preeut and until the Southern Pacific reaches
Tahecurpe Pass, when no doubt that will be the
point from which our malls will come. Yavapai
and Mohave a natural allies and ought to be
connected by a dally mail, and yet wc are con.
cerud, lest in making changes they cut us oil"
from communication southward, which would be
a calamity we could uot well submit to without
Painful and Serious Accident. Ou Sunday
last as a little ton of John Dixon, of Skull Valley,
was attempting to catch a stray horse with a rope
and picket pin attached to him, ho met with a
roost shocking accident. It seems the little fel
low was iu the act of detaining the horse by the
rope when by some menus it got wound around
his leg aud the horse starting to run brought the
pin iu violent contact with bis tulj;u, breaking the
bone near the knee ; after which it Is supposed
the poor boy was dragged some distance and
thrown in contract with rocks which broke tbu
same bone in another place, as it was fouud ou
examination that his leg was broken twiuc above
Dr. Kendall, who was called, set the shattered
limb and at Inst accounts the little sufferer was
doing as well as could be hoped for under the
We have been a little tardy In acknowlcdgin
an addition to our kit of toilet articles, presented
by Mr. Burmister, of L. Iiasbford' it Co. We
road of a youth who presented his lady love with
a cake of soap accompanied by a note begging
ber not to draw any iufercucc therefrom. She Iu
return presented hltn with a fine toothed comb
and hoped he would not draw any inference. In
this case it was neither soap nor comb, but a large
and very handsome rosewood and gilt-framed
mirror. The only inference we can draw is that
it was Intended as a reflection on our beautiful
form and features. If any of our friends arc un
able to see Into what seems to us pertectly tram,
parent, it Is probably because wc have set it vjt too
high for them.
InvoLUSTAnr Shooting. Wednesday morn
ing last the people of the north side of the plaza
were startled by a loud, sharp report, nud rushed
out to sec If war had actually begun. The cause
of the alarm was soon ascertained and all fears
quieted. Mr. Lambcrtson, of Walnut Grove, was
in bis carriage in front of L. Bash ford it Co.'s
store aud was doing something with a needle guu
which was accidentally discharged and bored a
hole through the framo of a sash door and passed
on, no one has yet discovered whither. Billy
Bashford was standing iu the store almost dL
rcctly In range of tho shot, bnt says if he was hit
be is not aware of lu
Mr. Sheckles exhibited to ns a few specimens
of gold bearing ore from the California lode, in
Bradsbaw district, a few days ago, which only go
to confirm an opinion already formed that there
is -plenty of money in tho ground bnt It takes
money to get it out." If a quarter of tho capital
being fooled away or inferior mines elsewhere
could be induced to seek an Investment Iff these
rich ores Arizona wouHl soou astonish Iho world.
A Ma Doehie died In Skull Valley. April 1st
He was a man quite advanced in years but we
lve not beca able to learn his exact age nor his
initials U was a Scotchman, wc believe, bv
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
Board of Supervisors met Monday, April 5th,
at 10 o'clock. Present Supervisors G. Cornell
and A. O. Noyes and the Clerk.
Minutes of the preceding meeting read and
The Board having made a list of persons qual
ified and liable to senre as Jurors for the year
1875 In this county, ordered that the Clerk fur
nish a certified copy thereof to the Clerk of the
District Court. Board adjourned till next day.
April Cth. Present Supervisors Geo. D. Ken
dall, G. Cornell, A. O. Noyes and the Clerk.
After the minutes were read aud approved, the
Board took nuder consideration the account of
Maricopa County against Yavapai County for
services rendered In the case of People vs. Win.
B. Ilellings, and ordered the enme referred to
the Dist. Att'y, requiring him to report his opin
ion as to the correctness of the same to the Board.
The following accounts were audited aud al
Win, Wilkcrson Record Books, $10 SO
George Lount repairs of locks on Iron doors,
John G. Campbell merchandise lor Clerk's
John G. Campbell furniture for Treasurers
Office, SSI .25.
Wm. Wilkcrson Recorder's fees aud quarter's
Auizona Mineu priuting and advertisements,
B. II. Weaver supplies for Mrs. Stclnbrook,
for one month, 820.
John G. Campbell balance on chairs ordered
by Judge Porter, 8. 1
T. Whitehead for feeding indigent and priso
ners for one quarter, $91.33.
J. II. Marion stationery for Treasurer's Office,
Charles Yates digging Dr. Willing's grave,
Ed. W. Wells salary 1st quarter as Dist. Att'y,
office rent Ac., 201.
Frank Powers services in Justice's court as
W. Z. Wilson coffins for Dr. Willing and ,
II. II. Cartter one month's salary as Probate
Judge nud Justice's fees, 847.125.
Jiis. C. Otis Justice's fees 1st qr. 1875, 835.
Ed. F. Bowers Sheriff and Jailor's fees 1st qr.,
The petition of Ed. F. Udwcrs, Sheriff, asking
for the painting of Sheriffs office aud Court
room, nnd repairing furniture etc. therein ; also,
authority for purchasing lamps etc. for Court
room grouted as follows: Ordered that the
Judge's chair be repaired, nnd that suitable lamps
be furnished for the Court-room, together with
the material necessary for the painting required,
providing the work ol painting the same be exe
cuted by prisoners.
Reports of II. II. Cartter nud Jas. C. Otis, Jus
tices of the Peace, for 1st quarter 1875 were ac
cepted und placed on file.
The Board resolved that all just claims for ma
terial furnished and services rendered at the fune
ral of the late Dr. Willing shall be paid, and
when all of said claims have been paid, the Clerk
of this Board Is required to make out and for
ward an itemized account of the same to his
rather, now residing iu St. Louis, Mo.
Board adjourned till next day, April 7th, at 10
o'clock, when a full Board w.ta present.
The petitiou of Ed. F. Bowers asking for au
thority to build a fence around the Couuty lot or
lots in the rear of the courthouse aud offices, on
uecountoftbe County, the sum of 85S.72 was
allowed na estimated cost of same.
The Treasurer and Sheriff made a settlement in
full of all matters pertaining to the Interest of
the County between them. The Treasurer sub
mitted his report for the 1st quarter of 1S75, and
n full settlement thereon was made.
ELsEwnnus wc publish the report of Mayor
Luke, Chairmau of the Committee on Streets
and Alleys, iu which he takes thu gronnd that
the public treasury Is not sufficiently plethoric to
cngige in n law suit with those occupying the
streets, aud that there are enough thoroughfares
already open to enable people to go from place
to place, or words to that effect. In conversation
with the Mayor we learned that it is his opinion
that the city fathers ought to husband all the
mcms at their cominaud for the purpose of sup
plying the town with water.
Tun Letter List. Wc commence with this
issue to publish the list of letters remaining iu
the I'rescott P. O., under an arrangement with
I'ostmastcr Giles to continue the same from
week to week. Every Friday afternoon wc
shall print a complete list of all the letters ac
cumulating during the week aud not taken out
up to Thursday noon. So that people in the
country who keep the run of the lists can tell as
well by reading the Miner what is in the Post,
office in tho way of letters, as the P. M. himself.
There Is a report in town that the Greenwood
mill has met with an accident to her battery that
compels her to shut down until they cau send to
California for a new set of shoes and dies, and a
new supply of acids. Such troubles arc very per-:
perplexiug, and Illustrate the great necessity that
exists for the early building of railroads into the
country ns forciblr as anything possibly can.
Bullion. Billy Bashford, day before yester
day, showed us a bar of silver bullion from some
mine on the Sandy, that looked like old times in
Nevada and Owyhee. We did not learn its weight
He also exhibited a beautiful specimen of Vernon
ore, all bespangled with gold, and a roasted sam
ple of Cougar rock with bubbles of silver liber
ally studded over the surface.
Mr. L. A. Stf.vens, one of our largest and most
enterprising farmers, is nt present preparing to
plant the several ranches formerly owned by J.
W. Johnsou, R. E. Farrlngton, and A. C. Wil
liamson, together with his own, on Willow creek.
Mr. S. proposes to plant between three and four
hundred acres in corn and from fifty to one hun
dred acres in grass.
A roan that will stnd,
With his cine iu his hand,
And 6trike every dog that he meets,
Deserves to be thrashed,
And have his nose mashed.
And have his head punched in the street.
Mr. Bascock, who has been amalgamating at
tbo Greenwood mill, has come in from that camp.
He says thn mill started up without the nccary
supply of chemicals, hence the stoppage and de
lay until au outfit can be procured from San Fran
cisco. Nbtt Hoe. Dr.- Mocllcr is having a very
neat frame building erected on Granite street,
near the Prescott House, which wc learn will be
for rent when completed.
ThE bcw road to Verde, wo are informed, will
take In Ash Creek Station, and several soldiers
will begin in a few days to work on the portion
between the Station and the Post.
A. O. Notes has changed" tbe name of Quartx
Mountain saw-mill to Pioneer saw-raffl, and has
art advertisement in tho Miner setting forth what
he proposes to do.
letter from the postmaster.
Prescott, Arizona, April 8, 1S75
Editor Miner: The impression is abroad
that our California mail route is about to be
changed via HardyvlIJe, and I am constantly in
quired of by our people for information as to the
truth of the report. I desire to say to the public
that it is probable the change will be made, but it
will not cut us off from communication with
southern Arizona as some suppose. It is hoped
that the present service, via Wickenbug, will he
continued. At all events, any changes that may
be made will be made with a view to the accom
odation of the public.
We ask the people to be patient ; assuring them
that those whose duty it is to serve them will do
the best they can ; and that Is all anybody can do.
Under Instructions from the Department I will
publish the ' Letter List" weekly, iu the Miner,
so that our people in the mountains and valleys
can know the contents of tho office as well as
the P. M. Yours truly,
James S. Giles, P. M.
More -Music The 8th Infantry Band again
favored the city with some choice operatic pie
ces ou Saturday afternoon, but the wind beiug on
a "tear," blew the sweet strains all down townrda
the north end of town so we of the southern por
tion were losers. John Kaible says he will fur
nish laser for the musicians when the wind Is
from the north and wcof the south get n benefit.
if Rodenberg & Foster will do the same when It
blows the other way and they get It all in the
north. In the event of such an arrangement be
iug made we presume a calm duy would entitle
the Band to an offering from each, and if the
wind blew from tho east or west there would bo
no beer coming.
"The W-l-nds their revels keep," or at least
kept for two or three days, begiuulng Sunday
and continuing until they brought upa hailstorm
on luesday mornlnr, wnicb, In turn, was suc-
succecded by suow that managed to cover the
ground to the depth of two inches. Old Kablbi-
noka,Mudgekcwis or some other wind-god yank
ed the sign down from over the Miner office
door, on Monday uight, whether for sport or In
retaliation for our murmuring at his uuearthly
bowlings wc shall probably never kndw uutll"thc
gathering of the nations In the land of the hereaf
ter." C. Davis, sometimes called "Jeff" for short,
weut out a day or two ago with a live hog In n
spring wagon, cither Intending to Inaugurate n
summer campaign as manager of nn animal
show or bent on having pork in camp. The
grunter was very fat and the temptation to in
dulge In "corn-dodger nud sop" will doubtless
decide the fate ol the pig.
Farmers arc preparing extensively for plant
ing. Wc have heard considerable enquiring for
seed potatoes and other products of the soil, of
late. Ed Peek, Jeff Davis and C. C. Bean- had
their heads together the other day and we over
heard a solemn vow each to the others thnt he
would Lave apotatoc patch of his own.
Ben Weaver sold 0,000 pounds of com which
was loaded onto Bill Simmons' train, on Satur
day, for Fredericks' mill, to be used as feed for
the mules while transporting ore from the mine
to the mill. Corn Is now selling at 3 cents with
an upwnrd tendracy.
Ilussnr arrived from Los Angeles on Wednes
day, bringing six passengers. W. E. Ilaseltlne,
who comes from Cincinnati to take charge of W.
M. Buffum's books; Mr. Thompson, Geo. Ah Fat
aud brother from China, and two lady passen
gers. Spring. If that gathering, in Harper's W'cckly,
consisting ol a bull-frog, sundry birds etc., with
their mouths open yclHug a carrol to Spring,
had been in Prescott during the hall storm on
Tuesday last they Would have hecu a sickly look
John Raible aud Dnn Hatz have been off on
a pleasure trip to Agua Fria, and returned yester
day resolved to forego alien pleasure in future
until the weather is better settled.
We direct attention to the Treasurer's notice of
the redemption of Warrants.
J. L. Fisher offers paper bags of all sizes for
The Bird Raffle having been postponed
comes off to-morrow night at the Sazarac.
Hon. C. C. Bean and family have gone ou a
visit to the Hitchcock family, on Big Bug.
A Correspondent writes us from Oaks
and Willows, April Gth, and says: "Soon
after Mr. Dudley started with the Indians
from Verde, Indians made their appearance
in this part of Arizona. Signal smokes can
be seen every day, nnd I have no doubt, from
signs found in every direction, that several
hundred Apachc-Mohavcs arc back in their
old hunting ground. I hardly think hostili
..irs will be commenced by them, yet they are
shy and wild. The removal is only on paper
and not in reality."
List of Letters
Remaining in the Fostotuco at Prescott, Ariiona, for the
week endinir April IHh, 1675.
Rarnes, Geo W
Ureweter, John H 2
Ooj cr, Wm A
Cavaness. V." H
Canfield, Robert II
Collin. W U
Orain, James Kit
Davise, Mrs Mary
Fuller. Chat M
Karrington. Rnfus E
inn, G It
Hawtbon. W B
Kerr, Ed mint
Lambert, I F
Mansfield. Miss Sadie 2
Robert, J L
Shaw, William 3
Seneny, F Jt
Walci.it. F p'
Weldon, Fred A
Persoai calling fr the- above letters will please tay
"Advertised," and civo date of list
JAMES S. GILES, r. M.
Miss 1LT invite the ladies of I'rescott and vicinity to
call and examine the tnck of Millinery and Fancy Arti
cles to be opened the first of next weeV, at her cow store',
Gurley street, north side plaza, next to Dr. McCandle.
A SrrTtER.--Citixeni6f Pretcott, and all other citizens
who may happen to come to Pwscott. will find the under
lined at the County Treasurer's office, in the new county
bufldinfr, ready to take and receipt for all debts due ft
sabtciiptioa, advertising, job printing, etc which became
duo him as proprietor of the Aiuzoxa Mixer previous to
February 1, XS7S. Jons H. Marios.
rrescott, Arizona, February U, 1S73. fel2 tf
L. UXSUFOEU. E. U. IlL'IUtLSTXC W. C. TUSUFORD.
L. BASHFORD 6l CO.,
Are now openios- and oflVrinu to tlie tradt- tbe largest ani'
mutt complete ttwcK oUienrnil JIrchaudLe ever brought
to tbu Territory, confuting of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
NAILS, IRON', STEEL, GLASS,
Horse and Mole Shoes and Nails,
coAloil, oils, paints, varnish,
Turpentine and Putty.
BLACKSMITH. CARPENTER AND
Blasting Powder, Shot and Rifle Powder.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
cotton & Woolen underwear
HATS AM) CAPS, BLANKETS,
Tobacco & Cigraivs,
Domestic Dry Goods,
-AJSTD WILLOW WARE.
WALL PAPER AND BORDER,
C-ROCICKIIY As GLASSWARE.
We will ronitantly keep on hiiml everrthinsr reiuirwl
fur this market, and will sell tit thelowust rubble figures.
iuVMI i,. HASHFOICD &. CO.
Valuable Property for Sale.
The proprietor of the Kilty .Saloon, havinr nn attack of
"qiinrtz on the brain," wishes to sell liU establishment and
bo to tho mountain. Tlie property is centrally located
on Montezuma street, l'rcjoott. between tbu Cabinet and
Montezuma naloons. Tbe lot it !i5 frfet fnnit by 12o deep.
The mnin building ij two atorries bicli. 2.1x23, with dining
ruom. kitchen, storerooms, well nnd cellar in tho rear.
The premises arc well situated, fur business, as a store,
restaurant or saloon.
The entire outfit of stoves, ctwkinc utensils. bnb. saloon
and bar fixtures, aud cock on bond, will be sold or uiovod
oui. as may suti a purcna.er.
Terms reasonable- tmrt cash, rart on time with srood
cnucrseu notes or security on rue property.
1ossession given immediately. Knquire on the prenv
I'rescott, A. T., March 15, lffi."., mlDmU
FORMERLY KXOWN AS "DAN MARR'S."
The undersigned having purchased this desirable Sta
tion, is litting it up iu
Strictly First -Class Style.
Every Room will be rir.hiv carpeted, and evert romfnrt
nnd convenience provided for.
i titi i Al!l,r, will be furnished in a manner second to
none in the Territory.
THR UAH will be in keeping with thf balanre. Scru
pulous care will.be taken that none- but absolutely Ko. 1
Kniuuis anu uigars suau come mto ine House.
The Corrals and Stables,
Will bo nbundnntlr sunnlinl with lint- mil mln r
short, nothing shall be left undone that ought to bo done,
and nolhintr ilnnn tlmf murht lint t I ilmia in ahI..
please those who mav patronize tho establishment.
ap2 Hl:.HV Sl'AULDIXO. Proprietor.
ASH CREEK STATION,
j&.3cTJA- FRIA VALLEY,
JOHN STEAMIER, Proprietor.
This Station is Juit half-wav from Prescott to Verde
and u most desirable place to stop.
The lroprictor hiw had great experience as a caterer
and offers superior inducements to travelers, teamsters and
A never failing strewn of pure cold witter, nice clean
rooms and beds, u bible supplied with the very best of
Liquors und cigars, first choice, and an in exhanj table
supply of horse teed, are among the inducements ho oilers
to lhie who choose to patronize hi in.
np'.'U JUil.N 51
THE PIONEER MILL
OF THE TERRITORY,
(FOllXEltLl' QUARTZ MOVXTJIX SA H..Vi.J
HAS 0T HAXD
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER,
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
And is constantly making the same suitable) for all pur
poses. A. U. tllrS.
Order left with G. Cornell or at the store of John
G. Campbell will be promptly filled.
I'rescott, A. T., April I, lfcio.
PRESCOTT MEAT MARKET,
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE PLAZA
W2renow prepared to furnish the people of rrescott
and vicinity with excellent Beef, Mutton, etc, wholesale
and retail, at fair, living prices.
Ki. 1. KUli tillS ec tu.
Prescott. July 8. 1874
POINT OF ROCKS LIME KILN,
A. S. Clough, Proprietor.
LIME always on hand in any nnanties to snit the wants
of purchasers. B. II. WEAVER. Agent,
Montezuma btreet, ltescott. mr."byi
Express to Upper Lynx Creek.
Order Book at Postoffice.
Lettero and Papers Carried Free of Charge.
Prescott. Atigast Si. 187i.
The 26th of April tmzi being the 56th aaniTersarv cf
the L O. O. F.. all tbe Brethren of the L O. O. F. Mrlthin
the Territory ft Arizona, comprising District Xo. 06 of
the IL W. Grand Lodjre of California, are hereby re
quested to meet at the Hall of Aoa la odge No. 1. in
the town of I'rescott, tit the boor of 11 o'clock a. It, to
proper! r celebrate and observe the day, as becomes all
good Odd Fellows. a A. LUKE.
D. D. Grand Master.
Prescott, A rril 2, IKS.
LUMBER! LUMBER ! !
This first clns mill, situated on the Hascayamra, en
miles south of I'rescott. and in the finest budy of timber in
i tivapai county, is now cutting
And of any site ordered. The mill has superior facilities
Heavy Timbers for all Milling Purposes.
Merchantable Lumber, per thousand. ........
Flooring, per thousand......................
Siding and Clear, per thousaud.....
Second Quality, per thouiaad
Terms, Cash on Delivery.
All orders by mail addressed to tbe undersigned will
receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed.
II. OTT, Agent.
rrescott, A. T. February 1, 1S75. fe5 3m
11. V. CHAM.
T. TV. OTIS
Goods Sold Below Far
SAN FRANCISCO STORE
We have nlwnvs on hand a full assortment of
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY GOODS,
Mens & Boys Clothing,
BOOTS and SHOES.
WliVES AND LIQUORS,
Groceries & Provisions
Tobacco and Cigars,
I "Wool Sacks, Wool Twine & Sheepshears,
which wj: will sell
Lower than the Lowest.
CP Wo also will tike Farmers Produce In Rxchange.
II. ASIIKIt fc CO.
I'rescott, January 4. 1873. )an5
JJ LI Y Y O II R
FRESH MEAT AND VEGETABLES
PIONEER MEAT MAR5CET,
GRANITE STREET, PRESCOTT.
Kit plenty cf both, and you will sun be as strong a
nn ox. u. fat as butter, aud as stout, around th waWt. ns
a Presidential QtmXcr. G. HATHA WAV,
THE DIAN V
BAR AND BILLIARD SALOON,
Montezuma Street, Corner Gurley,
Is the Largest and Best Saloon
IN NORTH EA STE RX ARIZONA.
A. L. MOELLEIC, Proprietor.
FRED. WILLIAMS, Proprietor,
(One Door Wst of Bashford's Store.)
Supplies the "Boys" with that which cheers, but does
not intoxicate. Brst quality of Cigars kept on hand.
My Cli-b-Honm is snid to be the most comfortable place
blown. Come and See. FUEU. WILLIAMS.
Is always ready to supply the public with
EXCELLENT LAGER BEER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WINKS, LIQUORS, & CIGARS
We shall try to nil orders with every possible care.
IIODEXBUKG -t FOSTER.
N'ut door to the Miner Ollicc, I'rescott.
GOOD LAGER BEER,
Liquors and Cigars,
Always on hand and for sale.
JOHN RAIBLE. Proprietor
PLAZA FEED AND SALE STABLE.
BROOKE & LINN.
.... FOR ....
Location of Mining Claims,
FOU SALE AT THE MINER OFFICE.
No Irospector or Miner should go Into the country
without a supply of these rry handy and ecrrect, ready
mn KAQK0LIA WATEB, FLORIDA WATER
TV and the best Wright's Colore, Fresh aad Gen-
nine, at DR. KENDALL'S Iioneer Dror Store
rALL THE PATENT PILLS, FEE8H AND
Genuine, at DR. E EXD A LL"S Drag Store.
CP. HEAD JTAEE XABll
C. JP. HEAD & CO.,
Respectfully asinnmce to the people of Northern Ariioo
that they hare sow on hand
THE LARGEST and BEST STOCK
Ever Offered this Market,
LADXES' FURNISHING GOODS,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Military Furnishing Goods,
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES.
Dried and Caiinod Fruits aud Meats
Boots and Shoes,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
FANCY GOODS, OILS AND PAINTS
RIFLE AND BLASTING POWDER,
FUSE AND CARTRIDGES
Iron and Steel,
Mining & Farming Implements,
ETC.. ETC., ETC.,
WUICH WE WILL SELL, FOR CASH ONLY, AT
THE SMALLEST 1'OSSIHLE MAROIX ABOVE
COST AND CARRIAGE.
Paid in Merchandise or Currency
GOLD AND SILVER BULLION,
... AND TI1K
OP THE COUNTRY GENERALLY
Hnvlnir carefully studied tlie character of good it
irable for thU market, and having on hand ao large unit
o varied aa assortment, (elected with the greatest poi
hie care, ire are confident that for the enculnp year w
will be better enabled to satisfy the mercantile want at
thU community thin eTr heretofore. "
0. P. HEAD & CO.
I'rescott, Arizona. January 3, 167L
n. u r.tr.K, r. K. gravel.
PAGE & GRATEL,
Los Angeles, California.,
CARRIAGES & WAGONS,
Of all kinds, mado or the best material. They uIao keep
on hand a large stock of
Carriages, Buggies, Light Spring
A X t
1 1 E A V Y WAGO IV S,
Of their own make, which they warrant In every rcpect.
They have deteriitlnetl to ell tlir wntk as low as thn
inftrtor and worth eJ work that U frequently pulniod off
upoi the community in Lus Aii;t-lr$ and elsewhere. Ciit
and see the
Of CARRIAGES and IJL'GOIES over offered in L.
.Angeles. All C.vriaces anil Uticuies manufactured by
us. arc tilted with I 'ace's rvbobrrftrd I'atrnt Adjustable
.SI'RING LAZY1SACK, to well adapted to comfort.
e. f nsur.r:.
I W. THATCHER.
FISHER & THATCHER.
(FORMERLY E. E. FISHER Si CO;
Manufacturers, Importers and Dealers in
Silverware, Spectacles, &c.
The b-st of e'erytliiD;r iu oar lin. Everything war
ranted as represented. Goods sold by us cMraTcd free
Headquarters for standard
67 Main Stroet, Los Angeles, California -
G. W. CUES LEY & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FINE WEsES AND LIQUORS
And IVoprietors of tho Celebrated
No. 414 Front street, San Francisco.
NEW BAKERY AND CHOP-HOUSE.
The undersigned bejts to inform the puWio that he
cow running a
BAKERY AND CHOP-HOUSE
IX JOHXLAUGHLIX-S RUILDIXO. MONTEZUMA
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Tire best of BREAD, PIES and CAKES alwoy
on haad, fur sale chrap. G. VICTOR.
Prescott, August 23, 1874.
FRESH GARDE1Y SEEDS
Kelly & Stephens' Store
Best Known Flux.
THE MALTEHA MINING COMPANY IS PRE
pared to furnish the Rest Known Flux, in quantities of
fire to ten thousand toes, t Qaariz Milts. MmfTrfaraoy
who apply. Addnes. WARREN E. DAY,
febSetk Camp Yerde.
S- 4n &QA ?e- day at home. Terms free. Adreir
9 IU J)U o. STOse.K St Crx, Pirtlaad, Maine. Cj